Addressing Cognitive Effects of Treatments for Serious Childhood Illness

Child with Headphones at ComputerTreatments for brain tumors, leukemia, sickle cell disease, and other serious illnesses can sometimes cause long-term cognitive side effects that deeply affect a child's quality of life. Duke Psychiatry's Melanie Bonner works with children and families to address these troubling side effects without the use of additional medications when possible. Learn more about her research and approach to clinical care in this Clinical Practice Today article.